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Do you like to feel that you are safe when dating and meeting new people?
I do and that’s why I use public records web sites to do arrest records lookups, get background information and find the criminal history of the people that are around me. I do this all the time and I find that most of the people I hang around with are who they say they are and don’t have any dark secrets. Occasionally this is sadly not the case and there have been times that I have thanked my lucky stars that I did that background check.

Public records get better and better

Over the years that I’ve been doing this I have seen records web sites get better and better. They are continually adding new data and also making it easier for you to use it. They are not yet perfect and probably never will be. They don’t have everything about everybody in their databases yet but I seem to manage to find something in there about most of the people that I need to check out. Even if it’s just a last known address it might be enough to tell you if this person is telling you the truth.

It’s fun to find out about people

I go out to meet new people a lot both for my work and in my social life. When I get home I go straight onto the Internet, log in to my favourite investigations web site and check out everyone that I have met. Not only do I feel more confident with these people after I had found them online I also get a great deal of satisfaction from it. I suppose I just like finding things out about people, it can be a lot of fun.

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Background data from Smart Phones

Not so long ago I got a new Android phone and was introduced to a whole new world of mobile web surfing and found that you can check people out from anywhere at any time you want to. Anyone with a smartphone can do this whether you have an iPhone, Android or any other kind of smart cell phone. If you have one of these then you can investigate people when you meet them, right there in the bar if you want to. You don’t have to wait until you get home to your computer and hope that you remember all the details that you extracted from your new friend.

This new ability to do background checks on the go is a leap forward. You become more confident about meeting new people if you have an instant way to verify their story and make sure that there are no criminal or arrest records that you don’t know about. You can often find out names of relatives and neighbors too. This can provide you with talking points and leave your friend knowing that you are not going to be easily fooled or lied to.

Reap the benefits of mobile optimized background records

Being able to surf the net from a mobile device is a great help to you but up until recently you have had to put up with navigating records web sites that were built for desktop PC’s with large screens. It can sometimes be a chore trying to pan and scroll your way through these sites using your finger and a tiny iPhone screen. But there is now a solution to that. I’ve found a background web site that is optimized for your mobile device.

Try it on your phone today

You can do background checks all day long from your Android or iPhone because it is so easy to use. The buttons are clear and easy to touch and the information is easy to read and find what you are looking for. This is the web site that you should use for looking up people while you are out and about. You can subscribe to it very cheaply and don’t worry about missing anything because when you get home and log into it from your computer it will automatically show you the full sized desktop web site.

Give it a try today. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.


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Arrest Warrant Search – How To Behave When You Get Arrested

If and when you get arrested don’t say a word

I bet that you thought you would never get arrested. Because you are invincible right? You are invisible when you walk down the street and the cops just can’t see you. Well I’m sorry to burst your bubble for you but you are not. Nobody is immune from getting arrested, not you, not me, not anyone. If the police think that they have just cause to stop and search and they find that you have an arrest warrant or you have committed some offence, however minor it might be, then you can get yourself arrested as easy as falling off a log.

All you have to do is get stopped in your car for a faulty tail light and suddenly they find something that your friends left under the seat. You might have no idea that it’s there but you are responsible for it under the law and it can get you arrested. Oh and don’t ever think about carrying a firearm in the car unless you have a permit and a cast iron reason why it needs to be there. These things will get you arrested faster than a speeding patrol car.

If you are unfortunate enough to get arrested, and lots of innocent people do, you need to tell them your name and address and then shut your mouth. You can be polite and courteous and submissive but do not volunteer any information. Don’t say anything at all because they will only hold it against you later. Do not think of cops as friends at this point. They are not your friends, they are guys playing a game of how many points they can score and how fast they can progress their careers.

Do not say a word more than you absolutely have to

“Anything you say may be used in evidence against you”. The police tell you this when they arrest you so why on earth would you want to tell them anything?

If you are in the UK you must be even more cautious because the cops in Britain don’t tell you that. Instead they try and persuade you that it’s in your best interest to talk to them and tell them everything. They lie. The reality is the same in the UK as it is in the US. Anything you say can and probably will be used against you in court. Even if you have a cast iron alibi it is still very dangerous for you to make any kind of statement to the police. They have many clever ways of getting you to say what they want you to say and before you know it they have blown away your alibi. Don’t give them the opportunity.

Get yourself a good lawyer

Lawyers are expensive I agree but what price do you put on your freedom and liberty. Not to mention your good name. If you think a lawyer is expensive then think about how much money you will lose while incarcerated in prison. Never talk to the police without your lawyer being present.

Your statements can be used out of context in court. Yes there is nothing to say that the jury has to hear every word of what you said. How easy would it be for a skilled prosecution lawyer to pick your words to paint you in the worst light? It can often be very easy. Don’t give the police anything that they can use against you. Keep your mouth shut.

Never touch a police officer

If an officer is going to arrest you then he wants to arrest you for as many offences as he can. He also wants to arrest you for serious offences rather than minor ones. Why? Because they get more points for it. Points which serve to measure their performance and help to advance them in their careers. It can be an offence to touch a police officer or to shout at them or to resist arrest or be obstructive. So don’t do it. They may provoke you but just hold your ground and take it on the chin. Don’t make their day.

You do need a lawyer

Never think that you don’t need a lawyer. No matter how factually innocent you are, no matter how good your alibi is, you still need a lawyer. It’s not what you know that matters, it’s what you can prove. If the police can trash your alibi then they will regardless of the truth. You need a lawyer to protect you from the police. remember they are not your friends.

do the police get prizes for finding the truth? No they get rewarded for convicting people. It doesn’t matter if they are innocent or guilty. The police accrue their points when you get convicted and they will do everything in their power to make that happen. The system demands that they do.

Beware of the police, they are not your friends

When the police arrest you they become your enemies. The adversarial justice system guarantees this. It is their job to gather evidence against you and they are not interested in evidence that might prove your innocence.

The police are well rehearsed in interrogation techniques. They are skilled at getting you to say exactly what it is that they want you to say and it will not be in your best interest. Don’t say anything at all, that’s the best advice.

Don’t help the real criminal to get away

If you cooperate with the police then you are potentially giving them evidence that they can use to convict you with. If that happens, and you are innocent, then the real criminal gets away free. The police won’t even look for them anymore. You must not let this happen. You must make the police do the job that they are supposed to do and find the real criminals. You don’t help them to do that by talking to them.

Deal with any outstanding arrest warrants and avoid arrest

You can avoid getting yourself arrested in some circumstances. If you know that you have a warrant then you can hand yourself in before the police come for you. If you voluntarily give yourself up with your lawyer then you will be so much better off dealing with the warrant. You can often avoid arrest this way. You can find out if you have any active arrest warrants by using a public records investigations web site. It isn’t expensive and it can save you a whole lot of trouble.

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Arrest Records | Arrest Warrant Search With Public Records

Arrest records are public records – They are there for you to use

Until you try out a public records investigation site you won’t believe how easy it is to find arrest records, criminal records, arrest warrants and many other things about people very easily. If you don’t take advantage of this wealth of information that’s available to you whenever you meet someone new or even deal with someone you know already then you are missing an opportunity to protect yourself. You can’t afford not to be careful about your friends, the people that surround you at work, your dates, people who do work for you. Even the casual acquaintance could be a risk to you. Anyone you know or meet could have a criminal record or there might be an arrest warrant out on them for something.

Before you hire someone to do some work for you make sure that you check to see if there are any arrest records or criminal records associated with the person. If you are hiring for your employer then you have a duty to the organization that you work for too. If you have found a new love and are thinking about getting more involved with them then you owe it to yourself to make sure that you understand this person’s background. Finding the truth before you get in too deep could save your a lot of pain down the line.

But wait – An arrest record does not make someone a criminal

You should be careful not to make too many assumptions until you know the whole truth. Just because someone has been arrested at some point in their life doesn’t mean that they are a criminal. People get arrest warrants for all sorts of things and thousands of people get arrested every day. Arrest warrants are usually out of your control and getting arrested because the police think that you might have done something wrong does not make you a criminal. Be careful not to jump to conclusions too quickly. Find out all the facts first.

Having said all that, everyone that gets convicted had to be arrested in the first place. So if you find out that someone has an arrest record then you have a good reason to investigate further. It could have been nothing, just a mistake even. But it might have been something more.

National searches for arrest records

You can, if you have the time and patience, do a nationwide search for arrest records by making an enquiry at every court in the country. Given that there are literally thousands of courts, this is a practical impossibility. So how do you look up someone’s arrest records?

What can you do if you can’t check out every court in the country? The best that you can do is to take reasonable care when you search someone’s background. You must try as hard as you reasonably can to find the records that you need.

Checking with an arrest records public web site is a simple and easy thing to do. Public records databases can be found online and they offer you their arrest records and other data in an easily searchable format. The information in these databases has been collected over many years from all sorts of publicly available sources. Online and offline sources are used and assimilated and added to daily. You can do an investigation using these web sites because of the public records they contain and you can do a nationwide warrant or record search. Sometimes the public records site may not be as up to date as the records in the actual courts but it’s not bad and it does give you the opportunity to to check in many different areas at once and do it very quickly.

If you do find something on the public records site that gives you cause for concern then you might want to do a more targeted search by using the courts themselves. Find out where the person has lived and worked over the past 7 years. When you know that information you can apply in just the courts in the areas where the person spent most of their time.

You can never be absolutely certain that someone doesn’t have an arrest record but you can use these guidelines to satisfy yourself that you have taken all reasonable precautions.

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Criminal Records: Justice! What Justice?

The truth is out there if anyone would bother to look for it

I sit here thinking about the injustice that goes on in our society today. I’m sure that you and most other people in the “civilised” world, assume that society investigates crimes to determine the truth. The guilty get punished and the innocent go free.

I thought the same way until very recently when a friend was charged with a serious offence that, in my opinion, he did not commit. Yes there was evidence to consider him a suspect but certainly not enough evidence to prove beyond doubt that he was guilty of the crime.

Are the police more interested in the conviction that they are in the truth?

We all believed that the police and legal teams would work together to uncover the truth and that the defendant would be cleared of the charges against him.

Did this happen? No it did not. The police had no other suspects so they stopped looking for evidence that could have cleared his name. He had no alibi and no way of proving his innocence. The trial went ahead with no clear evidence that he was guilty or innocent.

You would have thought that with no clear evidence of guilt that the jury would return a not guilty verdict on the grounds that there was reasonable doubt. But no, they did exactly the opposite and they did it unanimously.

The jury does not always make the right decision

I believe that even the prosecution team was surprised at this verdict. They had made a complete mess of the evidence all along. Making up scenarios that suggested guilt but were complete fiction.

This innocent man is now doing a long custodial sentence and his name will be tarnished forever. He has been condemned to a lifetime of low paid jobs and public disgrace.

There needs to be a change in the justice system. We will never be able to call ourselves a civilized society until our justice system becomes more interested in finding the ruth than it is about due process and makeing someone pay even if it is the wrong person. Lets not forget also that the real guilty person is still out there, potentially committing crimes. No one is looking for the real criminal.

There are more innocent people in prison than you might think

Since this case came to court I have learned that convicting innocent people has become, or still is, far more common than you could ever imagine. You don’t have to go far to fnd accounts of many alleged crimes where the evidence just does not make sense to convict someone and yet they were.

It seems that the police will go to great lengths to secure evidence that will point to a conviction at the expense of evidence to the contrary.

The jury have an impossible job

In court, the prosecution’s job is to get that conviction, not to find the truth. The jury have an impossible job of making sense of biased and unreliable evidence with no training or expertise to help them do the job. Is it any wonder that they vote with their emotions rather than fact. They are more likely to convict someone because they don’t like them than they are to examine the factual evidence objectively.

You might want to think about this the next time you look up someone’s criminal record or arrest record. Not everyone that is arrested or even convicted, are guilty.

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How to Check If You Have An Active Arrest Warrant

Arresting people is what police officers are there for

You might have a hard job to get any police force to say that their prime objective is to arrests as many people as possible but what do you think motivates the cops on the street? I’m sure that they get praise for making arrests and they know how to check if you have an active arrest warrant. Just think about that for a moment and you will realise that asking a police officer to check your warrants for you is not such a good idea. There is a much better way to check.

Knowing how your police department works is very important. It exists to investigate and detect crime and then to arrest the perpetrators of those crimes. It makes sense to measure their performance to make sure that they are doing the best job for you and reward them appropriately for doing it. The problem with this is that it creates an eagerness to arrest people that fosters a competitive attitude towards arrests. Police officers could become more interested in maximizing arrests than detecting and preventing real crime.

How do you measure the performance of a police officer?

I’m guessing that there are many things that police forces use to asses the performance of their officers. This could include recording the accuracy and speed of their paperwork, their proficiency with weapons and a host of other things. It would be very naive to imagine that the number of arrests made by by an officer is not included in the assessment.

Measuring arrest numbers is easy

It’s almost too easy to to count the number of arrests made and I’m sure that they make it more interesting by awarding more or less weight depending on the severity of the crime. Was it a misdemeanor or a felony? Busting someone for a felony is sure to prompt a celebration don’t you think? It must be worth many points on the arrest tally sheet.

Police officers can check if you have an arrest warrant

So cops are measured by how many arrest that they make. They can also check to see if you have a warrant so what do you think is the first thing they do when they stop you for any reason? They will check to see if you are wanted of course.

Problem solved you might think. All you have to do to check for arrest warrants is ask a police officer. But there is a catch. A police officer will be only too pleased to do an arrest warrant check on you and they will do it for free too. The problem is that they will arrest you on the spot if they fid that you have a warrant.

Remember the game that the cops play involves arresting as many people as possible in as short a time as possible. Finding out that you are wanted represents an easy score for them.

You do not want to get arrested

Believe me when I tell you that the last thing you want to happen is to get yourself arrested. This aplies whether you have committed an offence or not. Getting arrested means spending some time in jail and the possible expense of bail. It also means that you will have an arrest record that will never go away. For many employers, having been arrested is reason enough not to give you a job. It won’t count for much that you were never convicted or even if you were never charged with anything. The fact that you show up on police records is enough to condemn you to a life of low paid work.

So if you have offended and you want to put things right, check public records first to see if you have a warrant and get it sorted before the police have a chance to arrest you. Get yourself a lawyer to guide you safely through the process.

If you have not committed any offence, or you don’t think that you have, then it’s still a good idea to check yourself out regularly just in case you have collected a warrant for something that you know nothing about. Victims of identity theft have this problem all the time. Check to see if you have an active arrest warrant using public records right now. You might regret it if you don’t.

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Active Arrest Warrants | How to Find Criminals In Your Area

Do you know where the criminals are in your area

Have you ever wondered if any of the people living by you have criminal records or arrest warrants? How would you know if they did? They all look just like regular folk don’t they? I was recently told something that made my hair stand on end.

Perhaps you think that there aren’t any criminals around you or if there are then they’ve done their time and you’ve nothing to fear from them. In any case there can’t be that many of them can there? Well something that I was told recently made me think that this might not be true and that I should be taking it more seriously.

If you get a warrant and move state then you don’t get caught

I must have touched a nerve in the stranger that I was talking to because what he said to me next left me speechless. He laughed and told me that both he and his wife both had active arrest warrants in a different state and they simply moved to avoid them. Apparently they had warrants in other states dating back years and they haven’t been caught yet.

It’s too expensive to enforce arrest warrants across states

He told me that it was easy to avoid getting arrested if you got an arrest warrant. All you have to do is move out of the state and the police can’t be bothered to chase you. All criminals know this I was told and this person said that he knew a lot of people that lived locally but traveled to other neighboring states to commit their crimes. They hardly make it into court and jail because it’s just too expensive to come after them.

The person that told me this then informed me that moving state was a very common method of evading the law and that he knew of many more criminals living in the area that had moved to escape capture in states where they had committed crimes.

Anyone in your area could have an active arrest warrant

You probably thought that most criminals get caught sooner or later which meant that the chances of you coming in contact with them was low. This is what I thought too but the conversation with this stranger has opened my eyes. There could be a lot more people with criminal records or arrest warrants living in your area than you thought.

Find out who the criminals are

After this conversation I was worried and you should be too. I wanted to find out who and where the criminals were so that I could take steps to protect myself. You can find a lot of background information about someone by going online and using a public records web site. You can find out if someone has arrest warrants or a criminal record. You can also find out if they are married – useful if you are dating them – or bankrupt and many other things that you can use to make sure someone is who they say they are and that they aren’t hiding something from you.

Check out your neighborhood today

Who knows what you’ll find when you start to check out your friends and neighbors. You should check out the people who live near you and anyone you come into contact with. Make a point of doing active arrest warrant searches on anyone that you might hire to do any work for you and anyone you might date. You could save yourself a lot of problems and if they come up clean then you will have peace of mind.

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Check Warrants For Arrest | Do Not Get Yourself Arrested

Check your warrants for arrest and make sure that you deal with them now

The jury system is supposed to be the best form of justice that you can get. By getting 12 ordinary people to determine guilty or not guilty we protect ourselves from possible corruption within the system itself, or do we? A man was recently found guilty of a rape that happened 16 years ago, by a jury in the UK that sent him to prison for 6 years. The only problem with this is that in my opinion, there was no proof that the defendant actually committed the offence. In fact there was no evidence to prove that he was even there when the incident happened or that if he was that he attacked the woman. There was no evidence to prove that an attack even took place. So how did a jury determine that he was guilty beyond all reasonable doubt?

“How could this happen?” I hear you say. You might rightly think that the innocent have nothing to fear from the law and that it could never happen to you? Well this case shows that this just isn’t true, it could happen to you which is why it is so important that you avoid getting arrested. Checking for arrest warrants regularly is one way of reducing your risk of becoming another mistake of justice.

If you are a man you should be afraid – be very afraid

Anyone who gets arrested in the UK now must submit to the police taking a sample of their DNA for entering onto the national DNA database. Many people believe that there is now a policy of arresting people for the sole reason of collecting DNA for the database. This policy can be seen in action when people get arrested for offenses that would only have warranted a telling off from a police officer 20 years ago.

This policy of arrest to collect DNA is spreading fast in the US and it looks like it will overtake the UK database very soon. On the face of it you have nothing to worry about unless you have committed a crime but this is far from reality I’m afraid.

Does a DNA match mean that you are guilty? It seems that it does

The UK case that I am referring to was an alleged rape of a woman which happened 16 years before the defendant was arrested and his DNA taken. The DNA sample was matched to the that found on the alleged victim when she reported the incident to the police 16 years earlier.

This makes the defendant a suspect and he accepted that he must have had a one night stand with the alleged victim but he has no memory of either the event nor the woman. He was very insistent that he could not have committed this crime because he knows that he has never raped anyone. He would have remembered the event had he done so. I know that I would have.

Experts testified that the DNA sample could have been deposited at any time up to 3 days before the alleged incident. No evidence to place the defendant at the scene was produced and the defendant was never identified as the attacker. There wasn’t even any proof that there was any attack on the woman at all.

These are the only facts that are known in the case and the jury were instructed that they must find the defendant innocent if they were not absolutely certain that he committed the offence. The jury were also told that the alleged victim had claimed to be the victim of rape on 2 previous occasions, she had a drug habit and none of the prosecution witnesses could agree on vital facts.

The defendant had never before been in trouble with the police for any offence and was of good standing in the community with a partner and 2 adorable small children.

Can you trust a jury?

Why did all 12 members of the jury decide that he was guilty beyond all reasonable doubt? In my opinion they did not base their decision on the facts which was their job. Instead they voted with emotion after hearing the prosecution make up a fictitious story about how the defendant committed the offence. This story had no basis in fact at all.

Don’t get arrested on a warrant – Keep your DNA to yourself

Don’t believe the lie that the innocent have nothing to fear from the law. You and I have a lot to fear. In fact I now fear the justice system more than I fear the criminals. My advice to you is to avoid getting arrested. If they don’t collect your DNA then they can’t match you to a cold case with such ease.

Avoid the police whenever you can. Don’t let them even see you. If they can’t see you then they can’t arrest you. Check for warrants for arrest regularly and deal with them as quickly as you can. This will avoid getting arrested unexpectedly on a routine traffic stop or when the police call at your home with the warrant. You can check for arrest warrants using a public records investigations web site. The peace of mind this can give you is worth far more than the small fee that they will charge you.

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How To Find An Arrest Warrant | Dont Joke About Warrants

Do you know how to find an arrest warrant?

You might think that having a warrant for arrest out on you is amusing, especially if you can’t remember doing anything wrong to get one. The fact is that an arrest warrant could have a dramatic effect on your life if you choose to ignore it. It could cost you a lot of money in mounting fines. You could end up with a jail sentence and it won’t do your reputation a bit of good.

The problem is that you don’t always know when a warrant has been issued for you and if you don’t know about it then you can’t do anything about it can you. Luckily there is an easy way for you to make a regular check on your arrest warrant status.

What exactly is an arrest warrant?

Most people don’t realize this but there are in fact at least 2 kinds of warrant that can be placed on you. One is issued by the police and is called an Arrest Warrant. A court can issue a Bench Warrant for you. In both cases the result will be the same, sooner or later the cops will come looking for you.

Are you a criminal identity theft victim?

It seems that not a day goes past that you don’t hear some horror story about someone having their identity stolen and finding that all their cards have been maxed out or the’ve suddenly got loans to pay back that they never took out in the first place. Identity theft is a popular activity amongst thieves and if they commit a criminal offence while they are impersonating you then guess who gets the arrest warrant? You do. Imagine that – the police wake you up in the middle of the night and drag you off for an offence that you never committed in a place that you’ve never been to. Wouldn’t you like to know about these warrants so that you can do something about them before the cops start chasing you?

How to find your arrest warrants before the cops come for you

It’s never been easier to search for things online and it’s getting better every day as more and more information becomes available. The only problem you have is finding the information that’s available to you. You’re in luck though because there are now organizations devoted to scavenging every bit of information from publicly available databases and presenting them to you in a single easy to use web site.

Information about arrest warrants is just one of a multitude of things that you can find out about yourself or someone else and you can do it completely confidentially from these online public records databases.

Alternative ways of checking for arrest warrants

If you don’t want to use a public records database web site then there are other ways you can use to try and find your warrants. None of them are as effective as the dedicated web site but it’s a good idea to be aware of them.

You could do nothing and just wait for the cops to knock on your door. It’s an easy method but if it happens then you are likely to be dragged off there and then and not be given much opportunity to do anything about the warrant.

You can ask at the courthouse but you have to know which courthouse the warrant was issued from. This isn’t much good if the warrant was issued elsewhere which it might be if you are the victim of criminal identity theft.

One method I don’t recommend is asking a police officer. They have the ability to search for your warrants and if you have one they will let you know soon enough but they are also very likely to arrest you on the spot. This isn’t what you want. You want to know about the warrant before you get arrested and do something about it like talk to a lawyer.

You can find background information, criminal records, arrest warrants and many other things by using these public records web sites. Use one today to discover any active arrest warrants you might have.

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How To Find Out If You Have A Warrant For Arrest

Do you know how to find out about warrant for your arrest?

Do you know if there are any warrants for your arrest outstanding? Have you checked lately? There are a number of reasons why warrants may have been placed on you and you might not even be aware of it. If you do have warrants and you ignore them it could prove costly for you when they finally catch up and arrest you. So how do you find out if you have a warrant for arrest?

There might be warrants issued against you for some very simple reasons. You might have some unpaid parking tickets that you’ve forgotten about. Perhaps you missed a court appearance or there’s been a clerical error at the courthouse. You might even be a suspect in a crime and they simply haven’t been able to find you yet.

Ways to find out if you have a warrant for arrest – Ask a police officer

The easiest way to find out if you have a warrant for arrest is to ask a police officer. They will access their databases and will be able to tell you quickly and at no cost to you. No cost that is unless you do have a warrant against you and they decide to arrest you on the spot. If you don’t like the idea of possibly being arrested then don’t ask a police officer.

Visit your courthouse

If you suspect that you have a warrant for arrest and you know which area it would have been issued in then go and ask at the relevant courthouse. They will be able to tell you if you’ve been issued with any and you probably won’t get arrested unless the crime is serious. This approach is less effective if the warrant was issued elsewhere.

Use an online service

You can now find out if you have warrants for arrest anywhere in the US by using an online website. All the public databases you need are now available to you in an easy to access and affordable way. In addition, they are completely confidential so there is no possibility of you getting arrested by using them.

If you simply ignore the possibility that you may have warrants for your arrest they will catch up to you eventually by which time the fines and costs could be substantial. Don’t take the risk, find out if you have a warrant for arrest now.

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Arrest Warrant Search | Unlimited Warrant Lookups

It’s never been this easy to search for arrest warrants

The emergence of online public records databases has made the job of looking up arrest warrants or doing a background check on someone as easy as checking the weather forecast. In fact in a lot of ways searching for warrants online can be more accurate than a weather forecast is ever likely to be. It’s so easy and cheap that you can do a background check on anyone you want whenever you need to.

When it comes to online public records web sites you have a choice of two basic tyoes of site in the way you pay for the service. In my opinion there is one type of site that provides outstanding usability and value for money.

There are several good public records web sites on the Internet all run by commercial organizations not connected to the government in any way. You might ask why this is the case and the answer is simple. While the government makes all manner of public information available to access, it does not provide an easy way for you to get at it all. There is no huge central government database of public records so private enterprise has come to the rescue.

How do you want to pay?

Compared to the old method of hiring a private investigator to find information for you, searching public records online can be very affordable indeed. Before you start though you should consider how you would like to pay for the service offered.

There are two different basic payment models depending on which site you decide to use to look up warrants. The first type of public records site will charge you for each search that you perform. This is great if you know exactly what you are looking for and you don’t get distracted by the wealth of information available to you.

You can find a lot more than arrest warrants

If you are just interested in arrest warrants then that’s great but if you are looking up someone’s warrants then you are probably interested in other stuff like criminal records, bankruptcies and even where they live. This usually means that it’s difficult to stop at the arrest warrant search when you could find out so much more about them.

What if you want to do arrest warrant searches on a number of people and maybe check to see if they have criminal records. You probably want to look for all sorts of information about them just to make sure that they are indeed who they claim to be and that they aren’t living someone else’s life for instance. It’s surprising how quickly the number of searches you need to perform add up. When it does it can make more sense for you to pick a public records service that allows unlimited searches for a fixed monthly fee. It can work out a lot cheaper.

When you use a public records membership site you may well find that you more out of it than just cost effective arrest warrant searches. When you can do as many background searches as you want on whoever you want you will see how rewarding and addictive it can be. You will want to find out everything about everybody and why not? It’s great fun, try it for yourself.

Check out the backgrounds of everyone around you

It really is possible now to do background checks on everyone you know or have any dealings with. Make sure that your boyfriend doesn’t have an active arrest warrant or your girlfriend isn’t a criminal. It’s easy to check out someone before you hire them to work for you so take advantage of the services available to you.

Arrest warrant searches are just one of many applications you can use a public records web site for. I recently used one to find someone who I had lost contact with from years ago. I was surprised at how quickly I was able to do it too. I used a good membership site so I was able to search for several variations on their name and in several states very quickly. It wasn’t long before I had an address and phone number for them.

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Author: Steve Gee
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